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Is an LLC right for you?

As you start off on your business ventures, one of the most important things to do is decide what form or structure you want your business to take. There are many options available, each with its own potential benefits and risks.

One of the most popular options is a limited liability company, or an LLC for short. This business formation offers significant advantages, though there are some things you should keep an eye out for as well.

Benefits of LLCs

Fit Small Business looks into the potential pros and cons of an LLC. First, LLCs enjoy the largest amount of popularity among small businesses or startup companies. Many find them attractive when launching these types of business ventures for several reasons.

First, they offer a less formal business structure. Many corporations require rigid paperwork, tight management and a lot of documentation and reporting. LLCs, on the other hand, is better for those who need or want less structure and formality.

Of course, the biggest draw is the limited personal liability, though. This protects your personal assets from bankruptcy if your business were ever to go under, forcing you to bail yourself out of debt.

What to watch for

There are some things to keep an eye out for, though. First, most investors do not look into LLCs, so if you want to grow and expand your business or turn it into a franchising empire, this option will not net you a lot of investment interest. Also, the annual fees for LLCs can actually get quite high in some places, costing hundreds or even thousands of extra dollars a year.

It is important to carefully measure the pros and cons when making your decision.

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